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E-learning resources - Interactive voting systems (audience response systems)

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Boyle, J. and D. Nicol. “Using classroom communication systems to support interaction and discussion in large class settings.”ALT-J 11.3 (2003): 43 – 57.

Bruff, D. “Classroom Response Systems.” Vanderbilt Center for Teaching. (Accessed 3 February 2010).

Bruff, D. “Classroom Response System ("Clickers") Bibliography.” Vanderbilt Center for Teaching. (Accessed 3 February 2010). Includes subject-specific case studies.

Caldwell, J. E. “Clickers in the Large Classroom: Current Research and Best-Practice Tips.” CBE - Life Sciences Education 6 (Spring 2007): 9-20. (Accessed 31 October 2007).

Cue, N. “Active Learning in any Classroom with PRS.” What is PRS. (Accessed 4 July 2007).
Includes sample questions.

Draper, S. W. Electronic Voting Systems and Interactive Lectures. (Accessed 3 February 2010).

Dufresne et al, “Classtalk: a classroom communication system for active learning,” Journal of Computing in Higher Education, 1996.

Fies, C. & Marshall, J. “Classroom Response Systems: A Review of the Literature.” Journal of Science Education and Technology 15.1 (March 2006): 101-109 (Accessed 31 October 2007).

JISC, “Innovative practice with e-Learning, 2005,” (Accessed 4 July 2007). See Case Studies, Promoting Active Learning for a video clip of interactive voting systems in action.

Kaleta, R. & Joosten, T. “Student Response Systems: A University of Widsconsin System Study of Clickers.” Educause Center for Applied Research 2007.10 (May 8, 2007) (Accessed 26 August 2009).

Lantz, M. E. "The use of 'Clickers' in the classroom: Teaching innovation or merely an amusing novelty?"  Computers in Human Behaviour 26.4 (2010): 556-561.

Martyn , M. “Clickers in the Classroom.” Educause Review 30.2 (2007) (Accessed 31 October 2007). Statistical case study with a set of best practice recommendations compiled from several sources. Her recommendations are especially practical.

Mazur, E. Peer Instruction, Prentice Hall, 1997.

Radosevich, D., R. Salomon, D. Radosevich, and P. Kahn. 2008. Using Student Response Systems to Increase Motivation, Learning, and Knowledge Retention. Innovate 5 (1). (Accessed October 2, 2008). This article contains an up-to-date statistical study that demonstrates the effectiveness of voting systems in teaching.

Stanford University, Center for Teaching and Learning, “Using Personal Response Systems at Stanford” (Accessed 30 October 2007). This set of pages has links to research articles and examples of the use of interactive voting systems.

Stuart, S.and M. Brown. “An evaluation of learning resources in the teaching of formal philosophical methods,” ALT-J, 11.3 (2003): 58 – 67.

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